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THE SCI? TON TLlIiUNE-WEDNESDAY MOBNING. MAY 2S, 1894.
HOW THE PUBLIC
BEWARE OF FRAUDS.
For The Sake Of Profit They Will
pMBTUpUtoM doalers uro tryinj to sell or
dinary (.Haul or Salt or a mixture of Seidlitz
Powder ns "Artificial Carlsbad Salt," "Spru-
del Salt," "German Suit," or "improved
Carlsbad Salt," and under other similar
names. The Natural Remedies of Carlsbad
Oamiot be intimated.
'What Nature inakes.man cannot improve."
Artificial made wines will never roplnco tlio
natur.il juice of the (trapes. Neltiior can tho
natural waters of Carlsbad, nor tho Carlsbad
Sprudel Salt be replaced by tho cheap substi
tutes offered to a guileless public for the sako
if the larger profit made thuroon, by those un
No ono would buy artificial wines kuowlne
Ijr, Why buy the imitations of the Carlsbad
produ ots, whou your healtli is at stake?
The Carlsbad Sprudel Waters are a specific
for all diseases o tho stomach, liver and kid
neys, and nave been used with great benefit
by hundreds of thousands of people. Tho
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt, which Is evaporated
from tho Sprudel Water, at Carlsbad, is an ex
cellent Aperient, Laxartvo and Uiarectic; is
nn alterative and diminutive remedy, wlikh
dissolves tenacious bile, allays irritation, as
most cathartics do. The summer mouths
when plenty of out-door exercise can be had,
are the most desirable for tho "Carlsbad
Cure." I'so the imported Carlsbad waters, or
If It Is not conven ent to uso the waters, or
whou a more decided laxative effect is desired,
use tho Carlsbad Sprudel Salt.
Insist upon the genuine, which is Imported
direct from Carlsbad, ami must havo the sig
nature of Eisner and Meudelson Co., Solo
Agents for the U. S. 152 & 164 Franklin St.,
New York, on every bottle.
The coal operators of the Clearfield
and nuoeiated Pennsylvania districts
assembled In Philadelphia yesterday to
consider their position toward their
striking employes. After a thorough
discussion ot the situation the follow
ing resolution was adopted: "Wo, tho
operators of Clearfield and associ
hviI districts, after mature con
sideration, have unanimously decided
it it impossible to pay our employes
any advance over the scale ot
wage now in force, uiiraely 40 cents
per ton of 2,240 pounds for digging coal,
and we pledue oursesves and the oper
ators we control to net aB a unit on this
basis. We prefer to have onr old em
ployes at work, bat in case they do not
resume witbiu a reasonable time we
reserve the right to put in force such
measures as we snail deem best to our
own interests." After adopting the
abovo resolution tho operators decided
to givo their old men until May 28 to
return to work, aud if they have not
done so by that timo to take 6uch
measures as they may deem advisable.
The Electrical Ryview says that tb
electrical business bus reached that
point where the margin of profit is suoh
that an increased production and a
wider market are necessary before large
dividends can be earned. The present
cost of manufacture, generally speak
ing, is as low as is consistent with sal
able qnulity, and can be further re
duced only by increasing the quantity.
The decline in prices has been steady
for two years and has not been offset
byan increasing market.
The Merchants' Warehousing com
pany, which is practically a Pennsyl
vania railroad corporation, has ar
ranged to double its present capitaliza
tion, the authorized amount of which
is $125,000. The object in making this
increase ia to add to the facilities of
the company, and tat least one or two
large warehouses will be built in Phil
adelphia. A western gonins baa invented a
machine for making gas for illumiuat
lag purposes out ot wood instead of
coal, The machinery is very simple,
consisting merely of n retort and puri
fying chamber, with a tank for holding
the gas. He oluiins that the machine
can be used for domestic purposes, and
that by attaching it to an ordinary
cooking stove enough gas to last a day
can De made by the fire necessary to do
Under an opinion handed down by
Justice Mitchell in the supreme court
yesterday, the Philadelphia Traction
company and not the property owners
are liable for the cost of paving the
spaois made bare by the razing of the
old market sheds on Spring Garden
street. The work was dune by Con
trator Nestor under an order of col
lecting from the property owners abut
ing on the street. lie was unable to
collect his claims, however, as it was
contended that the railway company
was liable. Nester will now probably
hnve to bring another suit against the
In the Pocahontas mines.in Virginia,
aearly all the miners are negroes. They
have kept right-on at work during the
strike, and, It is said, when approached
recently by agitators, ran them out of
the district by threatening them with
tar and feathers. It is understood that
when the strike first came on the Poea
hontai operators made a voluntary ad
vance of 6 cents per ton to these negro
miners, aud thus executed a flank
movement on the agitators.
As a color-producer coal tar hat no
equal. From that apparently useless
lubitance perfumes, medicines and
sweetenera have been formed which
heve startled men. But oolor appeals
to the eye. Only thirty-six years ago,
says Longman's Magazine, Perktn
"gathered np the fragments" in coal
tar and produced the beautiful manve
dye. Now, from tha greasy material
whiob was considered useless it pro
duced madder, wliioh makes coal tar
worth 100 a ton. Tnis coloring mat
ter alone now employs an industry of
3, 000,000 per annum. One ton of
good cannel coal, when distilled in gas
retorts, leaves twelve gallons of coal
tar, from which are produced a ponnd
of benzine, n pound of toluene, a pound
and a half of phenol, six pounds of
napthalene, a small quantity of xylene
and a half a pound of antnxaeeue for
dyeing purposes. According to Rosooe,
there are sixteen distinct yellow oolors,
twelve orange, thirty red, fifteen blue,
seven green and nine violet, besides a
ber of browns. and an infinite num
bf p Mendings of all shades.
Minor Indbstr; al I Notes i
The Now York Central uses about 3,500
tons of coal daily, or about 1,250,000 tona
Ex-Sheriff A. B. Stoveus, of Scranton,
has disposed of his mining Interests at
All of the mines of the Susquehanna
Coal company at Nanticoke and (ilenlyon
increased the working hours from five to
nine per day.'
After June 1 Coxe Bros. & Co. will send
their coal to tidewater over the Lehigh
Valley railroad with their own trains and
The coal traffic is brightening up in tho
Schuylkill Valley, and the Peuusjlvauhi
railroad is puttlug back several ot the
The Chester Traction company has ex
tended its liaes for one fare from the La
zaretto road to Henderson's corner, giviug
the people of Norwood a 5-cout ride to
Chester instead of 10 cents, a9 formerly.
The Erie hnndled 10,274 cars which came
under the Western Now York Car Service
ussuciatiou during the month of April, U7.ll
per ceiit. of which wore released within
the i imo limit before car service begau to
The Carbon dale Lender is authority for
a statement that a move is being made in
Eonetdale for tho organization of a second
streot railway oompany independent a id
separate from tlio one lu which D. (1. Dun
can, of tho Carbondule Traction company,
A Million Friends
A trieud in need is n friend indeod, and
not less than one million people hnve
found just such u friend iu Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption) Coughs nnd
Colds, If you havo never used this Ureat
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
In all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs,
Each bottle is guaranteed to do nil that is
olaimed or mouey will be refunded. Trial
bottles free at Mathews Bros', drug stoie.
Large bottles floe, and SI. 00.
WHAT PHOFE5SOR ROLFE SAYS.
A Man Who Hasn't Rend Shakespeare
Should Ask for Public Prayers.
Professor William J. Itolfe, of Cam
bridge, gave the third of his Shukcspeteuu
lectures ut the Amhertt summer school,
speaking on "Shakespeare as a Man." lie
spoke of Shakespeilre, the nut Lor and
teacher, only Incidentally in relation to the
man. He laid in parti "No record ia given
of Shakespeare's birth, but his baptism is
recorded, and it Is only natural to (appose
that he was baptized three days after his
birth. Most, if not all, his schooling came
between the ages of seven and fifteen. All
is mere conjecture as to what ho did after
"He absorbed information from every
source, but less from teachers and books
than from things around him. Before he
was twenty-one he was the father of three
children, and, as his father was exceeding
ly poor, he had to shift for bimseLf, aud
went to London. Here, in someway, ho
obtained a humble position in ;i theater.
In 1852 he was referred to in a passage
which shows that he had already been an
actor." Mr. Holfe recommended to his
hearers "Judith Shakespeare" as a novel
Wonderfully true to the life and customs of
the famous poet's times.
Referring to Shakespeare's married life,
the speaker said that critics have found a
confirmation of the poet's reported unbap
pineas during this married Life, and show
that there is no direct praise of a married
woman in his work, btit iu "The Taming
of the Shrew" he characterizes directly to
tho contrary. The souneta are autobio
graphical, and show that the writer had
suffered. The 139th is an example, and
shows us also that Shakespeare repented
of whatever trouble ho may have had with
He had n great dislike for the affected
manners of his time and gradually freed
himself from them. Note his repeated
sharp hints at false hair and foppery, nil
overindulgence iu classical allusions and
his dislike for Puritans, more because of
their ways than their doctrines. His
knowledge of music was remarkably thor
ough. As a friend he was capable of the
most thorough devotion, and some of his
descriptions of love between men are much
more touching than any between a man
and a woman.
In all respects Shnkepearo'n heroes have
most admirable characters. His young
men were healthy, brave, well bred, culti
vated, self restrained. No one supposes
that' he was a teetotaler, but I do not be
lieve he Was Intemperate according to the
standard of his day. Ills references to re
ligious subjects ure proofs of his religious
feelings, and he makes remarks that an ir
religious writer would have omitted. The
140th sonnet is a deeply religious, personal
utteranco of Shakespeare's.
His moral convictions were sound and
healthy, and he habitually contemplated
human duty as a sacred thing, and the
paramount duty of living for ottlbrs was
often set forth. Ho never allowed evil to
be overcome with ovil, but always evil
with good. Of dogmatism he was free,
and of the true spirit of religion ho was
full. Ho was of an eminently practical
turn of mind, and it has been shown that
he was n shrewd business mini. He was a
man, however, with all the frailties and
infirmities of human nature. "A man who
has not rend Shakespeare Should have pub
lic prayers offered up for him." Spring
Dr. Artmtliiidt suffered iu later life from
an agonizing malady. Yet when some
lady was complaining of the sufferings of
women, he humorously replied, "Yes, the
ladies suffer greatly in some particulars,
but there Is not ouo of you who undergoes
the torture of being shaved three times a
Week." San Francisco Argonaut.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
In their worst terms are cured by the
use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a tonio to regain
flesh and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take P. P. P., aud you will bo strong and
healthy, t or shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is tho greatest blood
purifier iu the world. For ealo by all
One Lapse of Mrmorv.
It need to be said that the Domocratio
porty never learned anything and never
forgot anything. It has forgotten the Chi-
in your lungs are the Homes
of Consumption Germs. The
diseased spots are wiped out
with new tissue made by
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
and hypophosphltes. This
acts Immediately upon the
Lungs and makes now tissue
there. Physicians, the world
over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
propared b Scott A lkiwns. N. Y. AH Drugginti.
WHY SHOULD PARIS DICTATE?
.In. lie Chollot frees Americans to Originate
Pnrisiun authorities tell us that moire
in both plain and funey varieties was nev
er so much used al at present, and that
black and white are still a favorite combi
nation. I3y tho bye, why must wo lu
America depend so absolutely on the dic
tum of people at the other side uf tho world
In regurd to OOttnmof Why do we not
have our own authorities on dress and in
vent our own 6tyles rather than uppcur in
Kuropeau fashions which have began to be
stale there before they havo gained a hold
hero? As it Is, we look to England foi
our tailor made modes and get all the rest
from ParUi with a little unaekiiowlcdged
assistance from Vienna. Perhaps our slav
ishucss In this respect accounts In a mm
uro for the opinion entertained of us by
tho average antraveled European, who fan-
!:.: i, i ' ?' '.ii .
VI illlii il l
LACK AND MOIHE DERTIIA. '
cies that we never saw gas or any othei
modern improvement, and that the major
lty of the citizens of New York are mi
iiiim with scalps at their belts. It liiusl
be a great disillusionment to these same
Europeans when they do travel to thlt
country to find that railroads and ''tran;
curs" are quite mutters of course, aud thai
gold nuggets uro not to be picked up ii,
the streets by every coiner, despite tin
vaunted wealth ot the land. When the
observe American Women so consumed
with eagerness to adopt foreign fashions,
however, they are no doubt consoled b
the conviction that Imported modes art
the Olily alternative to the aboriginal buck
skins and blankets.
There is not much prospect that the eust
orn states will have push enough to ovolvt
essentially American costumes, but tin
west is virgin soil in which seeds of new
ideas readily germinate, and there perhapt
will be produced the unique Qowerot char
acteristic droSS which shall be cosmopol
I ton enough to embrace the beauties of tin
costumes of all countries and national
enough to Include the disadvantages of
A sketch Is given of a pretty neck pur
nit ore of wide black moire ribbon mid
spangled black lace. The ribbon forms the
heading of a full bertha of the lace, and a
tight wrinkled collar of moire surround
the neck. The ribbon Is brought down tc
u point in front where the bertha fastens
under a large moire bow.
Gold can be united or alloyed to most ot
the other inetaLs, and some of these alloys
have very remarkable properties. The ex
traordinary ductility and malleability of
pure gold are entirely lost when this facta!
is alloyed with only one two thousandth
part of bismuth, ami a similar effect is
produced with tin, arsenic and many other
The longest parliament ever held in
Great Britain was the celebrated long par
liament of two and a third centuries ago.
It was called by Charles I in November,
1640, and continued until dissolved by
force by Oliver Cromwell in April, 1053,
lasting nearly twelve and a half years.
In his work on the "Climate of England,"
Whistlecraft says that during the storbl of
1790 a poor woman named Woodcock, a
native of Cambridge, was buried in the
snow for eight days, She lived for several
mouths after being rescued.
IN AH IllNESS
IS NOW TUB
Perfect nutrition is possi
ble with Bovinine. It contains
all the elements necessary
for making new blood, new
tissues, new bone, and muscle.
makes the flesh firm and rosy,
gives color to lips and cheeks,
brightens the eyes, and will,
unaided, sustain life for weeks
it contains no medicine
is perfect food only.
Endorsed by 25,000 Physicians.
Sold by all druggists.
THE BOVININE CO., NEW YORK.
Removes Frecklei, Plmplti
Liver Moles, Blsokhosdi,
Sunburn and Tsn, and re
stores tho tikln to Its origi
nal freshness, produciug a.
clear and healthy com-
nletlon. Pntiprior in lunn
preparations mid perfectly hnrmlcsa, At all
crugtjlsts, or mailed lor 50. 1 j. Bend for Circular,
VIOLA SKIN SOAP Is "imply tncomprHt u
kln 1 unplug 8o4p, oncbutlel ftr Ilia taUet, and wlUoul a
rival B Ut nonary. AbiolmttT pr ud deUcaUlj medl-,"-!.
aiOpij.-ih-, Price 25 Certs.
G. C. BITTNER 6. OO., Toledo, O.
For sale hy Mutthewn Bros. , Morgan Bros.and
Morgan & Co.
For purity, nnd for Improvement H the com
plexion, nothing equals Poziotfi's Powder.
j The Original Raw Food !
R. R R
CURES AND PREVENTS
Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat,
Rhenmatisru, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Luoi.
i bago, Swelling of the Joints, Pain's
in Hack, Chest or Limbs.
Tho application of tho READY RELIEF to
tho part or purts whoro tho dllBcnlty or pain
exists will afford com aiW comfort.
I it was tno Ilrst and Is the only pain remedy
; that instantly stops the most excruciating
, pains, allays inflammations and
, 1 Congestion, whether of tho Lungs, Stomach,
"Bowols or othor (lands or orfrans.
Dr. Kndway & Co., Uentlemen: I havo used
your Heady Roller for inoro than twenty-live
years with much ratlatantion have nsed It
. jfor La Grippe, Pne.imonla. P eurlsy and all
" -"'-o nun p.tuiM auu uetvu luuil'.l it un
failing every time. Respectfully,
D W. RAYMOND.
I 31 Crescent St., Middletown, Coun.
January 18, ltilR
., AsilKviLI.E, N. C.
This is to certify that in Eobruary, 181KI. I
had a severe attaek of "La drippo," and cured
imyaolr in tweuty-fou hours by tho uso of:
;huUway'H Ready ltelinf and Railway's Pils..
Ilmd another attack of tho saino dreadful
disease m March, MU.aud uod tho same rem
edy, with the same mult. I do not Icoow
Railway & Co., the parties who manufacture
t these medicines, an 1 I have always put verv
lltt.e faith in "Almanac CeMiUcublti, " bui if
itliese few linea will only inJum some suffering;
Ou-j 1 1 uso tho above ro.nudy I will feel aniiily
repaid for writiui? what 1 havo.
Respectfully, K. I . b:.own.
J. W, BREWER, Ashhum, Pike- Co., Mo.
j "Ouo bottle of R,,a ly Relief Rtid one box of
I Bad way 'I Pills cured five iu my family of that
i torriblo complaint, "Lb- Grippe, " or influenza.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF, iflded by
RADWAi '8 PILLS, is the quickest .md most
effectual euro for
Price, 50c, per bottlo. Sold by Druggist.
Purely Vog-etahlc, mild and valuable. uso
Perfect Digestion, oinudoto al sorption and
ihoalt liful regularity, Fr the cura of all dis
ol den of the Mtontaob, Liver, iweij,K!l
ney, Bladder, Nervous Dlaeuaea, Losn of
I Appetite, Hftadaohr, Constipation. Cos
tlvenesa. Indigestion. Bllious'nesa, t't-Vrr,
llnfliiinmatlon of the lloweln, Pile nnd
i nil dernHRem nt of the Internal vlHoern.
Perfect DlEcstlon tvlll be ncoouiplWheoV
.by taking Radway's rills. By so doing
;Mck Heakaehe, Fmil btouiaeh, llilloua
nell will lie avoided, nftd the food that I
1 oaten contribute Its nourishing properties
for the support of Mi,, natural wanto of the
fcObsorvo tho following symptoms fol-,
'lowiiis from disouse o tho digestive organs:'
Conotipatlou. inward piles, fulness of ths
I blood In the head, acidity ot tho "lomaeh. nau
sea, heartburn, dlsgutt of food, fulness or.
weight In the stomach, sour el uetatlons, sink-ink-
or fluttering of the heart, choking or suf
focating sensations whan in a lyiug nocture,
dimness of vision, dots or webs beforo tho'
sight, fever and dull pniu in tho htad, deflo
iency of perspiration, yellowness of the skin'
and eyes, pain in thn side, chest, limbs, and
sudden flushes of heat, burnir.g in the flush.
A low doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free
thosystoin of the abovo-uamod disordrs.
Price 21c. it Box. fcold by Druggists.
Bond to DR. HAD WAY & CO.. No. 32 War
den Hi.. New York, for I3ook of Advice.
Mnnnfnctnrern of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Por Annum.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their oIHcd to their
141, 143,145,147,149, 151
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8082.
Endormd it tm Hiohmt Midicii AuTNoumi
o CHI nOLInnAlXK
ve you rr nnu
isHAt.in win euro you. A
wonderful toon to sugererr
orUATr FF.VJEK. Aforb
immediate rclitf. An tmelenl
remeilr, convenient Id cerrr
In pocket, renrty to V" on flrnt Indication of cold.
Continued lJe EnVcti JVrmnnrnt Cnre.
numaoaoniauaiMaM nr money rctundod. T'Hoi-,
BO cU. Trial froo at Iirui;g!ts. lleKlstereil mall,
CO cents. E. D. CDSHHH, Mfr thru Riteri, Mick., U. S. L
MFNTHfll Thp uret anil afet remoily for
mtn I nUL all sklndlmaaeaKcinma.lu-h. Sail
rtbcumild Soros, llurnl. Cut. Wonderful rum
edy rnrPII.M. Price, 6 cU. at Dnn- 0 a I II
glita or by iimll pree'iii ii. A rtdrcM M aboTft. OWL W
For 9alo hy Matthews Bros,, Morgan Eros.and
Morgan A Co.
Sometimes needs a reli
able monthly regulating
Are prompt, safe and certain in, result. The genu
nu iDr. Peal'sl never disappoint. Sent anywhere
"0. Peal Medicine Co . "--'and, O.
Sold by JOHN H. PHELPS PharmaoU t
corner Wyoming avenue and Spruce street
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
N. A. HULBERT'S '
City Music Store,
- WYOMING AVw;. SOBANTOA
DECKER nnoTHEBfl in
KKAMCH & BACK etnal
Hit; I VIZ it liAUKK
1 , a lart-e Mock of Drst-olaa
al (JtilC, KXU. KTU
MIXING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho Wnpwallopon Mills, Lu
zoruo county Pn and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for tha Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa,
Third National Bank Building
THOS. FORD, Plttston. Pa.
JuHN II SMITH & SON; Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, WilkcB-Barre. Pa.
Agents for the Kennuno Chemical Com
rany'a High Explosives.
Best in the market
Brandt Clay ProductCo.
OFFICE: Binghamton, N.Y
FACTORY: Brandt, Pa.
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bld'g,
Hade at the MOOSIC nnd RUSH
Lafflin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fuses for exploi
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
RepaunoChemical Cn.'sHigh Explosives
Coal of thn beat n,nallty for domestlo nso,and
of all sizes, delivered in any part of the city
at lowest price.
Orders left at my office.
NO. 118, WYOMING AVENUE.
Rear room, first floor, Third National Bank,
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
special contracts will be made tot the sale
and delivery of Buckwheat Coal
WM. T. SMITH.
. ;HYMH:lAWa A.NK SUUOLONS.
T)B. O. EDGAR DEAN has removed to 810
ff Bpruce street, ticianten, Pa. (Just op
poslte court-bouse Square)
T)H- A. J. t-ONNKLLTofflce 2U1 Washington
anue, corner Stiruce Btroet, over
i runcke b drug Btora Residence, ?ii Vino st.
-V"r: iOautoliia, m. and H to and
to.au p. m. Sunday, i to a p. m.
TH. W. K. ALLEN. Offlce cor. Lack
j wanna and Washineton aves.: over Leon
ara shoe atorej office hours, IU to 12 a. m. and
k i,? . m ! evenings at roeldouce, 6UN.
T) H' U L-. 'KEY, Practice limitod to Di
7m ffH tUs Er. Ear, Nose and Throat;
str ! Wyou"nK va Itosidouoe, Slit Vine
" AJ1- OATKB. 126 Washineton Avonui.
7Z a umcB, hours, 8 to U a.m., VJU to 3 and 1
tosp.in. l..,,.,,,.,.:,.H Mudihull avl.Due
TOHN H'MlV.Kfl . it ... . .. aY
o ( ommonweallh building: residence Til
Mail son avo; offlce hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to
..'J;? , yl" l,X "voiiings at residence. A
!&ki !"ad? of d'p'wes of tho eye. ear, nosi
and throat and gynecology.
I I CWRAJJi'li's Law d Colhctlon of
o . tlco No. 317 fanruco St., opposite Forost
Douse. Scranton, I'a.; collections a specialty
thn.ui!hout Pennsylvania; roUahle corrosoond
cuts iii every county.
.1 'iUl?. "AMJTAttoriioys and Counsel
i omnmnwoalth building.
Washington ave. w. H. Juesur,
Bora oi e hand,
U,'1LLAKD WUtKEN & KNAPP, Attor-
.,,lM"ey1,a,"d,9ou""elor9st Law. Ropublican
liiiililinir. Wnshuigton ave.. Mcranton, Pa.
UATTEltftt.N tc WlLi-oX," Attor'neva'aUd
T .""'Sfallors at Law; offices Ii and S Library
tnildidk, tcranton, Pa
Hpswnr.u n. rATTinso
William A. Will-ox.
A LI'"RED HAND. WILLIAM . I. HAND, At
t torneyi and Counsellors, Commonwealth
nuildiiig. Rooms ID. 20 and 21.
r v. iiiiyi.k Aitr,,... i ... v.... ,,, m
. -'0, Hurr building WiiNhiiigton avenuo.
ENRY M. BEELV Law nffln. n
building, 12U Washington avenue.
I;HANK T tiKr.LU Attorney at Law. ltuom
1 oal Exchange. Scrantou. Pa.
.MlLl'HN W. I.OW liV, I Att'ys, 227 Washmif
C. II VON STORt H, ton aV.. C II "Skre
I AMES W. OAKMiRD, Attoniov at "Caw,"
I rinniHBI. W and K,, Common wealth b'l'g.
OA.MUEI, W. EdJaH. Attorney at Law.
Dltlee. 317 Sni-nreitt st:. i, .,, Pa
I A. WATREs, Attorney at Law, 42J
J J. LarkanjnaneScranton. Pa.
IJ k SMITH, t onnnellor at Law. Offlce,
1 rooms .11. a. M CommonwHalth building.
it. 1'1'i'CIIKH Afl,u. . i..
. iiiuiiv.iu.t l mil mini. S,-iunlnrt l'o
I- t OiMEOYW. ;m Snnioust.
DU. .llE'LoULErAttornoy-Loaus nego-
tiated on roa ,- i,t.- . . n.-.i j,.. !L
. w w m . . J .w ULtt
V. K1LLAM, Attornev-at-Law, 12U Wy
. on l i II 2 a venue. Serantnn.
HA B YOUR I)F,i;i);j AND MdRTOAOKS
written and acknowledged by J W
BROWN mq, Attorney and Notary Public. 29
:onnnoiiwealth ltui Mi ti lt.
OtHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA, Scran-'
W ton, I a., nreparoa txiys and girls for collegj
or husinens: thoroughly trams young children
Catalogue at request.
Rnv. TllOMAR M. CAN.t.
WAJLTKIt H. BtlEl.L.
AIIS- WpRCESTER's" K1NDEROARTe
i'l and l-chool, 412 Adan.u avenue. Punils
received at all times. Next term will open
ll .N IMS.
( 1 ' LAUIIACII, suikoon Dentist, No, 113
W yoniing ave.
H. M. ,-TKATToX. offlroCnnl Kxehnnw
npUlB BBPDBUO Savings and Loan Asso
a. elation will loan ou innnoy on easier terms
and pay you hotter on investment than anv
other Msoeiation. Call on S. N. CA1.LLN
DgR. Dun.. Rank liniljiinr
C; K- CLARK & CO., ' SeodBmen. Florists
and Nurserymen; store 140 Washington
avenuo; green houso.1360 North Main aveinei
store telephone 782.
OP.A.N'l) UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
TOS. KL'ETTEL, ru Lackawanna avonue,
Scranton, Pa.. jnannTr of Wire screens.
HOTELS AND It FST A IJR A NTS.
rpHE WESTMINSTER, 217210 Wyoming
1 avo. Rooms heated with steam: all mof
em Improvements. C. M. Tul'mah, Prop.
rpilE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 Franklin avo
A nue. Nates reasonable.
K ZiEQi.F.n. Proprietor.
J " w O. SCHENCK, Manager
Sixteenth street, ono block east of Broadway,
at Union Squnro, New York.
American plan, ftoO per day and upward.
CiOYNE HOUSE. European "plan; 'good
i rooms. Open day and night Bar 'sup
plied witb the best
V. n. COYNE. Proprietor
OCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. & W. pa
O tenger depot Conducted on tho European
plan. Virron Koch. Proprietor
G'KANI) CENTRAL. The largoat'and iijat'
' equipped hotel In Allehtowu, Pa. ; ratei
$2 and $2.00 per day.
VicTOH D. Barn nt, Proprietor.
AVIS fc HOUPT, Architects. Rooms 21,
2f and 20 t omnionwealth Ii ld'g. Scranton.
7 L. WALTER. Architect. Library Oulld-
l U-. O .....
- . Ill, . 'M1 '1,4 rt.enu". nci NIIIUII.
V L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Prlco
V . buildiug. 120 Washington Ave.; Scranton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and eoncoi t work furnished. For tonns
address H. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave.. over Hulbert'a music store.
HOHTON V. 8WAHTS WHOLES"ALB
lumber, b and D Dhno Bank building,
TV I KO A RH EE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
1VI supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twlno.
Warehouse, 1M Washington ave,, Scranton.
"MOOTE'S LIVERY. l.WI ( npouse avenue,
r First class carriages. D. L. FOOTE, Agt.
Funeral Director and Emlialmer.
PRANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLE
V sale dealers in Woodware, Cordnge and
Oil Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenuo.
iZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contrac
j tors. Yards: Corner t live st. and Adams
ave.; cornor Ash st and IVnn ave., Scranton
IS THE BEST. Get price nnd
tee tha furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING COl
6CRANTON AND W1LKE8-BARRE, PA.. MANUFACTURERS Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Offlce, SCRANTON
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsurlna
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, IROi.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
?rre .etc., at 8.20, 11.15, 11.30 a. m 12.50. 2.00.
lift TO 1 1106 p' m Bundaya,'n.OQ a Z
100, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailantic City, 8.10 n. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.20
(express) a. ni 12.50 (oxprosj with Buffot
parlor car.), 8.30 (eipross; p. m. Sunday, 2.15
Fon MAucn Cnt'NK, allentowk, Betiilc
niE0!' r&WL"" Philadelphia, 8.20 a. m..
Sundav 2 15 p. Pt MW V-
For Loaq BitAifcn, Ocean Grove, etc., at
o -i)ii. m., 12.50 p. m.
Aii.Moudl!"5' Eo1"""" and Harrlsburg, vU
Allontowu, 8.20 a. m., 12.50, 5.00, p.m. Sunday,
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m., 12., p. m.
.)"t.urv5 Now Y"rk- fout l Liberty
1 10 l :i r '; rinl' at.1U0 ("xpreea) a m..
i, m s,,i'i (c' W" wltn BulIol Prlor car;
p. m. Sunday, 4 ) a. in.
m 'oBmml'Vi,eLphla' Kouin? Terminal, 8.00
. m 2.00 and 4.31 p. m. Sunday, 6 27 a in.
mivu'f, tUckota n all.I,oin'9 Rt lowest ratoe
TL ad. f aI'I,t"n in advance to the
ticket agent at tho atation.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J. n. OLHAUSEM, Pass. Agent
; DELAWARE AND HUD
Ufir , K0N RAILROAD.
t oinmeiicing May 29. 1892,
trains will run as follows:
I ruins leave Bridge Street
Station. Scranton, for Pitts-
WTrV-' " ''" Barro, etc., 8.00,
M B WUtM;K, U 37 loi'
W m 1,25, 2.:. 4.10. 5.15, :ia,Uii
jhW r and 11.35 p. in.
7 " For New York and Phila
delphia, 8 00u. in. 12.10. ;.2.V.
2-38. 4.16 and 11.30 p. m ' "
For Honesdnlo (from Delaware, Lackawanna
nnd western depot), 7.00, 8.30, 10.10 am TOO
in . 2. 17, 5.10 p. iu.
For Carboiidaln and intermediate stationa
5.40, 7.00, K30, 10.10 a. m 12.00 m.,2.17, 3.25 5 111'
0 .20 and 1) 35 p. in. from Bridge Street Donot!
fclB a. in., 2.17and 11 C6 p. m. p w
Fast eipross to Albany, Saratoga, tho Adi
rondack Mountains, Boston nnd New England
points, 5.40 a. m., arriving at Albany 12,45.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m., and leaving Scranton at i
p. m., arriving at Albany at 8.51' p. m., Sara
toga, 12 55 a in , and B iston, 7.00 a. m.
Tho only direct route between tho coalfields
nnd Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Route
of America" to tho Adirondack Mountain re
sorts. Lakes Oeorgo aud Cheraplain, Moutroal,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson systoin, may be obtained at
nil Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
H. O. YOUNO, J. W. BURDICK,
Second Vice, President. Pen. Puss, Agt.
LEHIUH VALLEY RAILROAD.
Teh. 11, 18111.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadolphia nnd
New York via. D. & H. R R. at 8 a.m.. 12.10.
88 "J 11-35 P- m- via D., L. & W. R. R 6 00,
8.08, 11.20 a. m., nnd 1.31) p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston nnd Wilkes
Barro via D L. & W. R. R 0.00, a08, 11.20
a. in , 1.30, &5U. u.07, 11.38 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Whito Haven, Hasloton,
I ottsvllle and all points on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E. & W.
V- t'.il'"1' vlR D. & H. R. R. st 8 a.m 12.10,
4 18 1''- yl u- & w- B- 8.1. M
11.20 am.. 1.30, 15D p.m.
Leave Scranton for Botblohom, Easton,
Reading, llarrlsburg and all intormediat
points via D. & U. R. It., H a.m., 12. 10. 2.38, 11.35
p.m.,via D., L. & W. H. R.,0.00,6.08, 11.20 a m
I. 30 p.m.
Leave Scranton forTunkhannock, Towanda,
Eimira, Ithaca, Geneva and all intermediate
points via D. & H. R.Rli.o7 a.m., 12 10 and 11.31
p. m.,via D. L. & W. R. R 8.08 a.m., 1.30 p. in.
Loave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Kalis, Detroit, Chicago and All points
wost viaD. & H. R. R., 9.07 a.m., 12 .10,188.8.131.52
p.m., via D. L. & W. R. R and Pittston
Junction, 8.08 a.m., 1.30 9.38 p. m., via E & W.
II. 11., 3.41 p. in.
For Ehnira and tho wost via Salamanoi, via
I). U. R. R. 9.07 a.m.. 1210,0.15 p. in., via D.
L. & W. R.R, ,8.08 a.m., 1.30 and B.07 d. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains botweon L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes Barre and Now York, Philadelpala,
Buffalo anil SnsneiiMion Bridge
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Oon. Supt. East DIv.
CHAS. 8. LEE. lien. Pass. Ag t, Phila ,Pv
A.W.NONNEMACHER.Ass't Qen.Pass. Ag't
South Bethlehem. Pa
ELAW..KE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains-leave Scranton an follows: ErnrnM
for Now York and all points East. 1.50, 2.50,
6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a m. ; 12 65 and 3.50 p, m.
Express tor Eiuston, Tronton. Philadolphia
and tho South, 5.15, 8.00 and 9.5i a m.; 12.65
and 3.50 p. m.
Washington nnd way stations, 3.55 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Eipr ss for Binghamton, Oswego, Elratrm,
Coming, Bath. Dansvillo, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 15 a. in. and 1.21 p. m making
close connections at Buffalo to all points in the
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Hut li accommodation. a. in.
Binghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m,
Nicholson and way stutions, 5.45 p. m.
; ' i accommodation, at 4 p. m, and
6 p in.
Binghamton and Eimira Express, 6 05 p, m.
Express for Cortland. Syracuse Oswogo,
Utica anil Rich Hell Springs, 2.15 a. in. and 1.24
Ithaca. 2.15 and Bath 9a. m. and 1.24 p. m.
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wllkos-Barre,
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willlamsport, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington nnd thn South.
Northumberland aud Intermediate stations,
6.00, 9.50 a. in. nnd 1.30 uud li.07 p. m.
Nanticoke and intermediate stations, 8.03
aud 11.20 a. in Plymouth aud intormedlati
stations, 3X)0 and 9.38 p. m.
Pullman parlor and slocplng conche9 on all
For detailed information, pocket tlm uanlos,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket omca,
328 Lackawauuaaveuue. or depot ticket office.
In Effect January 28tb, 1804.
MvW7t05 1202 204'
i a1 a 3 eJ stations
(,.(, w l'iraina liauy, ki-v b, fi
- i-ei i s i i v t r - i.
M I r .
m An ive Leave
7 w N Y. Franklin st.
7 in Wost 42nd street
7 (XI wcehawken
p m Arrive Lcavpu
l l5Uancock Junction!
1 1 9 i
.7 9 48
27' f 1140
f I Hi til 53
5 20 11331
7 81, 9 56,
7 -mini o
7 43.10 05
7 48 10 10
7 54 10 17
7 511-10 20
8 (K!l0 24
8 02 10 27
8 0510 80
a m Leave
A HA H
All trains run dally except Sunday,
t aiguilles that trains stop on slsnal for pas.
Additional trains leave Carbondale for scran,
ton l. in and 0.15 p. u, arriving at Scranton 1.S8
Leave scranton for Carbondale 0.50 and 8.80
arriving at carbandale at 7.36 and 9.15 p. m.
secure rates via Ontario a Western before
6 nrcbastng tickets and savo money. Day and
Uigt Eipress to the West.
J.O Anderson, Gen. Pass Agfc
V. VHtorott, Dlv. Pass, Agt. Seianton, Pa,
ERIE AND WYOMLNO VALLEY RAIL
Trains leave Scranton for Now York and in
termediate points on the Erio railroad at 6'IS
a- iu. and 1124 p m. Also for Honesdale.
llawloy and local points at A 36, 9.45 am . and
All the above nro through trains to and
An additional train leaves Scranton for
Lake Ariel at 5.25 p.m. and arrives nt Scran
ton from the Lake at 8 40 a m and 7.35 p.m.
Trains leaye for Wllkes-Barro at 6.40 a. m.
aud 3.41 p. m.